Men's prostate problems usually develop after age 60 - or, for some men, in their 50s. The three most common men's prostate problems are benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), prostatitis and prostate cancer.
These men's prostate problems usually lead to problems such as frequent urination, difficulty in voiding, urinary leakage and urinary tract infections. However, there are a number of natural remedies that can help reduce symptoms of men's prostate problems. Read on for more...
Amish men used corn silk as a remedy for men’s prostate problems
Amish men have been using corn silk for many generations as a remedy for the symptoms of enlarged prostate
To give this remedy a try, simply cut the silk from six ears of corn. Put the silk in one litre of water, boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Strain the silk and then drink a cup. For best results, drink three cups of corn silk per week.
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German doctors recommend consuming pumpkin seeds to treat an enlarged prostate
German doctors swear by consuming pumpkin seeds to treat difficult urination that accompanies an enlarged prostate that isn’t cancerous.
Pumpkin seeds are brimming with zinc and diuretic properties, which helps repair and strengthen the immune system
. There are many ways to enjoy pumpkin seeds, but one of the tastiest is to eat them plain. Simply remove the shells and enjoy without salting them.
Another way to enjoy these delicious seeds? Make a tea by crushing a handful of fresh seeds and placing them in a glass jar. Fill the jar with boiling water, let it cool to room temperature, strain and drink. Drink half a litre of pumpkin seed tea per day.
The Amish also used watermelon seeds to help with bladder problems
Another remedy the Amish used to help with bladder problems and men’s prostate problems was watermelon tea.
To make some, put one-eighth of a cup of fresh watermelon seeds in a glass jar. Fill the jar with boiling water, let the tea cool, strain and drink. Drink half a litre of watermelon tea every day for 10 days to help with men’s prostate problems.
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